Edge Animate is ideal for web designers, interactive designers, and web developers who want to energize their content for the web with motion and interactivity.
As a limited-time introductory offer, a perpetual, non-expiring license of Edge Animate is available for free. Edge Animate is therefore available to both free and complete Creative Cloud members.
Edge Animate is valued at $499 USD (perpetual license) or $14.99/month (single product subscription).
Edge Animate CC and all future updates, will only be part of a paid membership to Adobe Creative Cloud.
Edge Animate CC will be available exclusively via Adobe Creative Cloud. Learn more about Creative Cloud subscriptions.
You will also be able to download a 30-day trial of Edge Animate CC, or any of the other creative desktop applications, with a free Creative Cloud membership.
Yes, Edge Animate will be updated to enable new creative capabilities and workflows, and we will continue to incorporate user feedback. Updates are available exclusively to paid Creative Cloud members. Learn more about Creative Cloud product updates.
Edge Animate is available in English, French, German, Japanese, Italian, and Spanish.
Edge Animate features a WebKit-based design surface and an intuitive timeline. You can animate HTML elements such as text, images (including SVG format), and more by modifying their visual properties in conjunction with the timeline.
You can create compositions from scratch in Edge Animate by using drawing and text tools and imported web graphics. You can also add motion to existing HTML documents.
Edge Animate can open and add animation to HTML documents.
Edge Animate works with SVG, JPG, PNG, and GIF file formats.
Yes. Edge Animate includes interactivity features such as looping, hyperlinks, and animation control.
Edge Animate does not support content creation with canvas, video, or audio, but it can work with HTML that contains these tags.
Yes, the animated content created with Edge Animate is designed and tested to work reliably on iOS (iPhone and iPad) and most Android devices. The Edge Animate stage utilizes WebKit, which means animated content is created on a true browser surface for consistency on WebKit-enabled devices. Also, content produced with Edge Animate has been tested on popular desktop browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer 9. For older, non-HTML5 browsers such as Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8, Edge Animate has a down-level stage to create fallback versions of your projects.
Please note that performance of animations are based on a number of factors, so it is possible to create content with less than optimal performance.
Edge Animate offers a unique combination of features and support for web-standards technology compared to its competitors:
Please visit the Edge Animate forums to provide feedback, request features, or report bugs.
If you have questions about using Edge Animate software, please visit the support page.